Although this recent ad campaign from PETA seems like a bad Saturday Night Live skit, unfortunately, it’s not. It’s the organization’s latest (and lame) attempt to use anglers in its animal rights campaign.
The ad asks “whether men who spend their time on a wet riverbank holding an extendable phallic object and being cruel to fish may be engaging in another form of overcompensation.”
Is this for real?
Monte Burke at Forbes points out the flaws in their argument.
What would you want to tell PETA if you could?